You know, I really hate lmgtfy. It implies that there are such things as stupid questions, which is something that I try to not believe in. And why should anyone ask anything of anyone else, when non-judgmental google is just a mouse-click away? It's not like someone might want to contribute to a semi-realtime conversation with other actual humans, right?
Your offence is noted, though as the other poster noted, LMGTFY isn't meant to imply there are stupid questions, only that it was something that ought to have just been googled.
I particularly felt like expressing an "attitude" because I was "hearing" an attitude in your post (and others) that implied that Segways don't make sense for people who are disabled, when I consider that patently false. (I actually see it as being more useful to people with mobility problems then for people who can walk normally.)
An old lady with a bad hip, a vet with no legs, a person with stunted growth in their legs or feet, a person with a spinal injury, etc, all seem way more likely and better candidates for a Segway for day to day use then a healthy 30 something business exec in a 3 piece. It would allow them near normal mobility, at normal speeds, and a level of confidence and independence that might not be afforded by a wheelchair.